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Program: Chesley  
Organization: South Bruce Grey Health Centre
Phone Numbers: 519-363-2340
Fax: 519-363-9871
39 2nd St SE
Chesley, ON
N0G 1L0
Intersection: 2nd St SE and 2nd Ave SE
Location: Central Bruce
Accessibility: Wheelchair Accessible    Wheelchair Accessible
Hours: Emergency Services: Daily 24 hours
Visiting Hours: Daily 2pm-8pm
Executives: Paul Rosebush - President and CEO
519-881-1220 ext 2417 *
Carrie-Lynn Haines - Vice-President Patient Experience, Chief Nursing Executive
519-881-1220 ext 2415
Contacts: Maureen Rydall - Director Patient Care
519-363-2340 ext 3119 *
Service Description: 19-bed hospital (9 acute care, 10 restorative care) with emergency department

Medical, therapy and ambulatory care services * case managers from the South West Community Care Access Centre available on site

Formerly Chesley and District Memorial Hospital
Outpatient Clinics - Outpatient specialist clinics providing diagnoses and treatments for various medical conditions
Palliative Care - Provides support to people living with progressive, life-threatening illnesses and their loved ones
Restorative Care Unit - 10-bed unit to help patients regain independence after an acute illness hospital stay * patients stay in hospital for two to eight-weeks to improve function so they can return home to live independently
Fees: Most fees are covered by OHIP
Application: Walk in for emergency department * medical referral required for most other services
Eligibility - Population(s) Served: Varies depending on the program or service
Languages: English
Area(s) Served: Bruce and Grey
See Also: Hospitals

This information was last completely updated on 8/22/2014

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About Us
Our Chesley site has 19 beds (9 acute, 10 restorative) and like all of our sites, offers 24-hour emergency care. Chesley also offers the Restorative Care program, which supports a “home first” philosophy and is designed for individuals who would benefit from a short period of transitional care (to improve strength, endurance and independence) so that they may safely return home. In the first year of operation of the unit, the numbers tell the story: of the 93 admissions, 72 patients were discharged home and only 10 patients returned to acute care.